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[-] [email protected] 12 points 2 weeks ago* (last edited 2 weeks ago)

You lost the primary.

There wasn't one. It was an utter sham and is one of the things people are frustrated about.

Quit your fucking bitching!

No. People are allowed to voice their frustrations with a geriatric who has proven he's as arrogant as trump. Until facism takes over America, it is literally a right for people to bitch about their leaders. And yes. Biden outright proved he's as arrogant as Trump when during an interview he answer the question "If you stay on and don't give the reigns to someone else and you lose the election to Donald Trump, how will you feel?" and Biden said he'd feel great as long as he did his best because that's what counts. Either he's lost his mind or he's an arrogant douchebag. It is not just appropriate but required to talk about how he is unfit for the job.

This is ridiculous.

Edit: I went and grabbed the exact quote I was thinking of that proves Biden is putting himself before the country.

G. Stephanopoulos - If you stay in and Trump is elected and everything you're warning about comes to pass, how will you feel in January?

J. Biden - I feel as long as I gave it my all and I did the goodest job I know I can do that's what this is about


This is about the future of DEMOCRACY. You just watched the Supreme Court appoint you a king and are like "Yeah but I gotta do the goodest job I know I can do" in a quote that sounds Trump-level failure on grasping the English language? Fuck off. Get the hell out of the way and let someone step in who knows what the fuck they're doing and is someone people can rally around.

[-] [email protected] 7 points 2 weeks ago

Either he's lost his mind or he's an arrogant douchebag

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